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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 25, 1988
July 25, 1988

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July 25, 1988

Olympic Trials
British Open
Marc Buoniconti
Andrea Johnson

FACES IN THE CROWD

LIZA LaBELLE
GOLDEN VALLEY, MINN.
Liza, a recent graduate of Breck School, won her third straight Class A girls' state golf title. She shot an even-par 75 in the final round for a two-day total of 163, five shots better than that of runner-up Holly Duncan of Lake City High.

This is an article from the July 25, 1988 issue

WALTER IMAHARA
BATON ROUGE
Imahara, 51, a landscapes claimed his ninth national masters' weight-lifting title when he won the 148-pound class with a 181¾-pound snatch and a 242½ clean and jerk. He was second in last year's world masters' open meet.

LOUISE ANN BOWLES
HONOLULU
Bowles, 50, an interior designer, caught, after a two-hour fight, a 950½-pound Pacific blue marlin off Hawaii's Kailua Kona coast, which surpassed by 276½ pounds the women's world record on an 80-pound-test line for this fish.

MICHELLE COLLINS
CLINTON, MD.
Michelle, who will be a junior at Surrattsville High, struck out 35 batters in a 14-inning state high school Softball title game, which the Hornets won 1-0 over Frederick High. She finished the season with a 24-0 record and an ERA of 0.12.

RAGHIB ISMAIL
WILKES-BARRE, PA.

QADRY ISMAIL
WILKES-BARRE, PA.
Raghib and Qadry, brothers who are recent graduates of Meyers High, won six gold medals at the state Class AA track and field meet. Raghib won the 100 meters (10.63) and the long jump (24'3½"), and Qadry set state high school records in the 300 intermediate hurdles (37.56) and the 110 hurdles (14.04). In the 4 X 100 relay, the brothers helped set a state high school mark of 42.65. Qadry has the third-best 1988 time among high schoolers in the 110 hurdles (13.71).

PHOTOJEFF WHEELERPHOTOSTAN ALOSTPHOTODENNIS ODAPHOTOSHARON FARMERTWO PHOTOSMICHAEL J. MULLEN